Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale
About Beverly Hills
Current Prices: $844,000 to $115,000,000
Closed Prices: $530,000 to $63,100,000
Median Sale Price: $2,800,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1784
Association Fee Ranges: $1500, $170 to $2200/mo, $0 to $55995
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1908 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 1908 to 2022 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 11 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 16 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres
Around Beverly Hills
The short answer is anywhere. Beverly Hills is regarded as one of the most accessible and secure areas to live in Los Angeles. For those seeking a calm and quiet environment with plenty of street parking away from the chaos of tourists, it is best to stay near the Beverly Hills canyons north of Sunset or in the neighborhoods north of Santa Monica Boulevard. However, if you prefer to be in the middle of the action, head south of Santa Monica Boulevard. Obtaining an affordable place to live in Beverly Hills is notoriously difficult as these areas are in high demand.
Since the property value in Beverly Hills is rather steep, only the most prestigious of restaurant establishments and chains can afford to set up shop. Even so, there is an abundance of every kind of restaurant including casual burger joints, sit-down seafood restaurants, specialty dessert shops, and premium fast food chains. Many of these popular and diverse establishments are also pet friendly, so you are also welcome to bring your dog along.
Lots of people, including locals, tourists, paparazzi, and even celebrities. Do not be surprised to see Beverly Drive packed with ostentatious and expensive designer cars. During local business and shopping hours, you can witness groups of people enjoying lunch on the patio of a restaurant, shoppers weaving through the crowd with arms full of shopping bags, or an overflowing line of customers spilling onto the sidewalk.
Believe it or not, there isn't much of a nightlife in Beverly Hills unless you visit a popular hotel bar, lounge, or pool nearby. Although this area is bustling during the day, the streets are rather empty at night since most businesses and shops are closed. The only exception to this is Santa Monica Boulevard and Bedford Drive, where you’ll see a swarm of people waiting to purchase guilt-inducing late-night snacks from a 24-hour cupcake ATM.
Meet some friends for brunch, grab a couple scoops of gelato, or visit one of the small boutique shops to buy stylish trinkets and accessories. If you aren't in the mood to go shopping, take a casual jog along Beverly Hills Park, which spans a few miles starting from Rodeo Drive to Doheny. This park also features a beautiful manmade oasis, where you can stop to admire the koi fish and tadpoles.
- Overall dog friendly are
- Easy access to a variety of restaurants and shopping area
- Central location
- Casual celebrity sightings
Locals Don't Love
- Moderate to high cost of living
- Difficult to find street parking on main street
- Considerable amount of tourists
- Congested traffic during daytime hours
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